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Fire Conditions Ease: BLM Lifts Chain Saw Restrictions

Fire Conditions Ease: BLM Lifts Chain Saw Restrictions

Jeff Fontana BLM Public Affairs Officer With cool nights and shorter days helping to ease wildland fire dangers slightly, the Bureau of Land Management announced that beginning this Saturday, October 6th, firewood cutters can again use chain saws on public lands until 1:00p.m. daily. This restriction, commonly known as “hootowl,” will be in effect on public […]

Bizz Johnson Marathon: Running Through Lassen County

Bizz Johnson Marathon: Running Through Lassen County

By Melissa Blosser, Assistant Editor Don’t be surprised to see ‘No Vacancy’ signs around town and groups of slender folks sporting Garmin watches, Nike hats, arm socks and running attire. The Bizz Johnson Trail Marathon, Half Marathon, and 10K all take place this weekend, October 6th and 7th. The marathon is a big draw for runners, and it’s a […]

Traffic Stop Leads Narcotics Task Force to Guns and Drugs

Traffic Stop Leads Narcotics Task Force to Guns and Drugs

The Lassen County Narcotics Task Force has released details of the Thursday traffic stop that led agents to a large haul of weapons and drugs found at the suspect’s residence on Monrovia Street.   According to the task force’s report, at about 10:30a.m. the agency initiated a high risk felony traffic stop on Alexander Avenue near Cornell Street. The […]

Narcotics Task Force Turns Up Large Amount of ‘Spice’ in Doyle

Narcotics Task Force Turns Up Large Amount of ‘Spice’ in Doyle

The Lassen County Narcotics Task Force, with assistance from the Lassen County Probation Department and Susanville Police Department, executed a search warrant today at the Payless Gas Station in Doyle, seeking a popular drug sold to teens. According to Lassen County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Kevin Jones, the Sheriff’s Office and the Task Force have been receiving […]

Sheriff’s Office Offers ‘Prescription Buyback’ September 29th

Sheriff’s Office Offers ‘Prescription Buyback’ September 29th

On September 29th, from 10:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office and the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. You can bring your medications for disposal to Walgreens Pharmacy on Main Street in […]

Banner Lassen Named a Top Performer by The Joint Commission

Banner Lassen Named a Top Performer by  The Joint Commission

Banner Lassen Medical Center was recognized on September 19th a national accrediting body as a Top Performer in key patient care areas. “Improving America’s Hospitals: The Joint Commission Annual Report on Quality and Safety 2012,” includes 620 hospitals that are leading the way nationally in using evidence-based care processes closely linked to positive patient outcomes. […]

CHP: Dayton Woman Suffers Minor Injuries in Highway 44 Rollover

CHP: Dayton Woman Suffers Minor Injuries in Highway 44 Rollover

The Susanville Office of the California Highway Patrol has released details of the September 19th traffic collision that sent a Dayton, Nevada woman to Banner Lassen with minor injuries. According to the CHP’s report, 61 year-old Linda Smith was driving her 1999 Lincoln Towncar eastbound on Highway 44 near McCoy Flat at around 65MPH when she drifted […]

CHP: Motorcycle Accident Sends Fort Jones Resident to Renown

CHP: Motorcycle Accident Sends Fort Jones Resident to Renown

A Fort Jones, California, resident suffered moderate injuries on September 19th when the 2006 Harley Davidson Softtail she was driving overturned on US 395 near Wran Road. According to the California Highway Patrol, 59 year-old Gwen Neufeld-Lloyd was traveling southbound on 395 when, for reasons yet unknown, she applied the brakes of her motorcycle causing […]

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